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: sadly for ohio state, when they lose the numbers look like that quite often. >> bill: there is that double-circle pin-down series they run. >> tim: somebody's got to step up and help deshaun thomas on the offensive end. first things first. stop here is important. clock is under 10. force a tough shot. >> bill: good job. >> tim: thomas the rebound. 12 field goals made by wisconsin. only one turnover. >> bill: that's that improved offensive play. they've got a push-off. >> tim: mcdonald. a reminder. tomorrow on cbs, the new neighbor is very cute, very friendly, and just a little creepy. a new "2 broke girls" tomorrow, cbs. i think that was part of our production meeting last night. >> bill: when you said "creepy," you looked at me. can't afford empty trips when you're coming back as ohio state did that time. thompson. i like the way he's developed his outside jump shot. back screen and pop. >> tim: aaron craft at his finest right there. >> bill: bruesewitz with short hair. >> tim: shot clock under 10. iment look at his footwork. what a clinic. >> tim: tough pass. evans
to take on the ohio state buckeyes. that large group with losses. -- with four losses. hello, everyone, tim brando and by my side, the governor, bill raftery, bill, we talk so often about pace of play in this game, and while deshaun thomas is the scorer it's aaron craft that needs to speed it up. >> bill: like you, he runs the show. he's got great capabilities in the open floor. i love the way he body searches. this is a real strong aspect of his total game. loves to give it up. that's the part of his game that can help his game. the mid ranger. he can shut them down with the best of them. >> tim: when you look at this wisconsin game, part of your "at&t fast analysis" there is no one star but they get open looks with the motion offense. >> bill: they make your defense adjust. help side is moved around. they love to dribble handoff. there are some decisions now. how are you going to play the pin-downs on either side. there are options. at the end of it, a little high five by the bruiser able to bang people around and the stroke by the big fellow. >> tim: not that we don't mind regulatio
allowed us to think about defining our economy and, in fact, we are. think about ohio. when you leave ohio, you say to people, "what do they do in ohio?" well, you know, they're all manufacturing. well, we love manufacturing or agriculture, we love farming, but jobsohio has led us begin to think about things like bio- health, automotive, advanced manufacturing, polymers and chemicals, financial services -- number two in property and casualty in the country. there's nothing that's happening more exciting than in the area of it. aerospace, where we're now beginning to work in the dayton area thinking about being able to fly unmanned vehicles. in the area of agribusiness and, of course, energy, which has us all excited, and logistics. you see, if you have many different areas that you target, when one part of the economy goes down, it doesn't mean it sinks your state. and so jobsohio has been able to work to diversify us and it's clearly working. and now that we're funded, we think we're even going to get more out of jobs ohio than we've seen so far. we also moved directly in the direction of
gone from institution to institution. i know cuyahoga community college in ohio, salt lake community college, one of the 10,000 small business partners. what a great incentive for students to go and study finance or to study i.t., because we now have a relationship with them. >> i think one o of the areas tt business can be most helpful to higher education is helping with things like market research, choice to more effectively what suits are looking for and ultimately what is going down impact like being able to get a better job. i think it's pretty clear in the business world right now that if you currently are a salesforce, like their people bidding for a time to even take into. you are instantly and level. there are many, many other areas that are much more complicated. i think getting better data around for students especially, around different areas that are currently and likely in the next couple of years to be very, very high-growth, high demand industry, is something that really collaboration between the business world and higher education can have a big impact on. but it's v
to be interesting, kevin. because ohio state has done a really good job in the second half of executing late in the shot clock. they want to use time but that's not the strength of this team all season. so can they show the ability to get quality shots late in the shot clock while they're trying to milk clock and get something good in the offense. >> kevin: and clark for michigan state, they miss important free throws late, couple of nights ago against indiana. they have been very good at the line most of the season late in games. that was not the case against the hoosiers looking to redeem themselves this afternoon. >> clark: one of the advantages they have in this kind of a game in this kind of a situation is their two big guys combine shoot 77% from the line. >> kevin: good point. >> clark: derrick nix and adreian payne, you know they're going to be throwing the ball inside to those guys. and the ability they have to knock down free throws both well for your chance at being able to come back from a deficit. >> kevin: payne is number 5 in the conference in free-throw
. because ohio state has done a really good job in the second half of executing late in the shot clock. they want to use time but that's not the strength of this team all season. so can they show the ability to get quality shots late in the shot clock while they're trying to milk clock and get something good in the offense. >> kevin: and clark for michigan state, they miss important free throws late, couple of nights ago against indiana. they have been very good at the line, most of the season late in games. that was not the case against the hoosiers, looking to redeem themselves this afternoon. >> clark: one of the advantages they have in this kind of a game in this kind of a situation is their two big guys combine shoot 77% from the line. >> kevin: good point. >> clark: derrick nix and adreian payne, you know they're going to be throwing the ball inside to those guys. and the ability they have to knock down free throws, both well for your chance at being able to come back from a deficit. >> kevin: payne is number 5 in the conference in free-throw shooting, 80%. 6'10", number five in
for being here on "the young turks." when we come back we go to steubenville ohio. an ugly story. we'll have someone anonymously here to talk about the ugly story. >> it appears teenagers are joking about the alleged assault. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> michael: now for a story we've been following closely here on "the young turks." the story of a 16-year-old ohio steubenville, ohio, girl who was allegedly assaulted by two high school football players. with us is ana kasparian. >> the 16-year-old girl was allegedly raped back in august of 2012. the case in steubenville, ohio, got very little attention. but thanks to the anonymous it was leaked and people started focusing on the story as it should have been from the beginning. good morning america talked about with what happened last august. let's take a look. >> angry protesters are demanding justice for a 16-year-old teen who was allegedly sexually assaulted in august by two high school football stars. this video was leaked by the internet activist anonymous. >> she's deader than a door nail. >> it appears to show teenagers who were joking a
their financial aid. in the state of ohio, hundreds of teachers and teachers' aides are at risk of losing their jobs. and in the state of minnesota, thousands of unemployed folks will not get the training and assistance they need to find a jobs. despite the start numbers, john boehner is not budging. >> listen, the president says we have to have another tax increase in order to avoid the sequester. well, mr. president, you got your tax increase. it's time to cut spending here in washington. >> joining me tonight on the congressional panel, congressman john garamendi of california, congresswoman marcy capture of ohio and keith ellison of minnesota. great to have you with us tonight. >> thank you. >> let's respond to what the republicans are saying. john, you first. they're saying no revenue. where does that leave us? >> the american people know what we should do. and that's a balanced approach. you gave the statistics a moment ago, ed. america wants a balanced, they want a compromise. some taxes, some cuts. we can do that. the proposal has been on the table now for more than three weeks. a
, indiana, ohio state. this is michigan and ohio state. of course, ind und won their game over the weekend. this is ohio state. the shot was blocked. that was to put ohio state ahead. look at the block. but there was a foul on the play. it wasn't just a foul either. that was horrible. okay. so here's the deal. he needs two shots to go up by three. he hits the two. this is the point guard. racing down the court. is that a foul? you look at it. no call. did get a little bit of ball. a little body, too, if you look down below. no good. doesn't look like -- i don't know, that's a tough call. a little bit of contact. michigan goes on to win despite a lot of angry ohio state fans. now to a troubling story. lindsey vaughn chances of 2014 winter olympics are in serious doubt after a frightening fall in austria. she suffered two torn knee lig aamoun -- ligaments and a broken bone in her leg. she had to be airlifted after the crash. look at that right leg. we don't need to see that again. the u.s. team actually sent us a statement. they fully expect vaughn back for the 2014 games which begin exactly
. >> this is a war! >> reporter: while investigating the owner of an ohio sporting goods store. the search turned up an arsenal and what authorities say was a possible racist plot. >> the fbi averted a catastrophe in this case. there's no doubt about it. >> reporter: the store owner, richard schmidt, a convicted felon, is charged with illegally stockpiling 18 firearms, including assault weapons, shotguns and pistols, body armor, high-capacity magazines and more than 40,000 rounds of ammunition. >> and they were all over the place. he had one in his coat pocket. >> reporter: schmidt had served 13 years for homicide in an ohio state prison. under federal law, he was barred from owning any firearms. he has pled not guilty to the new weapons charges and his lawyer declined to comment. nbc news has learned the fbi was also concerned that schmidt may have been drawing up a hit list, after finding notebooks showing the names and addresses of jewish and african-american leaders in detroit. agents briefed wendell anthony about the potential threat. >> appears to me like this guy is a one-man army. very unset
, 35 degrees. complete first warning weather coming up. >> tragedy in ohio a man loses his life. james was driving by when he saw a small child fall through the ice he jumped in and eventually got trapped. firefighters were able to reach the child first but were unable to get to general kins in time. the child was listed in critical condition. >>> more charges stemming from the youtube video of marines urinating on the corpses of taliban insurgents. the incident happened july of 2011 when it did it received international condemnation. sergeant richards, and captain clemens face multiple charges. richards was the one who filmed the marines two others faced a court marshall. >>> members of the bush family including both former president's are targets of a hacker. one shows george bush during a recent stay. the hacker gained material through bush family and friends. he identified himself as someone targeted by the government for a long time. >>> the man behind the amish beard cutting attacks in ohio joe, sentenced to 15 years in -- ohio, sentenc
through minneapolis, the great lakes and the ohio valley. and at the same time, there's going to be that ocean storm i've been talking about all week long. just looki ing especially throu the mid-atlantic. not a blockbuster storm like last weekend. but enough snow in new hampshire and maine that you probably have to plow and shovel. and new haven and hartford could cause you some problems as we go through the saturday. everyone else, enjoy one last warm day on the east coast. that's a look at your national forecast, now here's a look outside your wind. we will see a chance of rain even snowflakes mixed in date in nashville. we are going to have snow in the great lakes that will spark snow showers in many areas including minneapolis, cleveland and detroit. we have an active weather pattern. after this storm, probably two or three in the middle of the country. busy period will come in. >>> wall street was feeling the love on valentine's day to the tune of 40 billions. the big apple may get sweeter for pot smokers. >>> plus, the angry mob protests the wedding of a man convicted o
across the ohio valley and deep south with the warm air showers and colder air moving behind it. that's going to be the case on the eastern seaboard. starting out you'll be fine but then the rain pushing in and much colder tomorrow. that cold blast now appears in the northern plains. you notice the green is rain, from flint, detroit, to cleveland. all the way from kentucky, the back side, a little snow in green bay. and some snow showers coming across wisconsin. the southern end of this system had thunderstorms that rolled pretty good through arkansas and most of louisiana. about to head to new orleans and also the gulf coast. looks like steadier rains from birmingham also up to montgomery. as far as the forecast, the worst of it, the northern plains. serious cold arctic air. windchills minus 38. that was the lowest i could find in the country there. langdon. chicago's windchills dipping down to 5. the windchills will be brutal across the midwest and that's heading to the great lakes. as far as your forecast for today, east coast, you start out dry, showers and light rain this afterno
of ohio is going to join us next up. free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity. don't forget, lower marginal tax rates across the board. all right? if you can't deal with reagan, think john f. kennedy, who launched a budget during the 1960s. why would you raise taxes now? i'm kudlow. we'll be right back. >>> ohio republican government john kasich in the news these days. conservatives are heaping praise over his tax cuts but some don't like him taking expanded medicaid money from obama. conservatives, some of them, don't have any nice to say about john kasich at all. more or less you have 20% income tax cut across the board, joining a whole bunch of republican governors across the country who are leading the way while washington is raising taxes. the liberals of course i was reading the "columbus dispatch" and what not, they were saying tax cuts for the rich, that's all you're doing. >> larry, in addition to lowering the income tax so everybody doesn't scoot out of ohio, we're also providing a 50% tax cut for all small business, all pass-through entities, whether they're s cor
, who are backing the cuts. ohio congressman jim jordan said back in october, quote, i would say the only thing that's worse than cutting national defense is not having any scheduled cuts in place at all. louisiana congressman steve scalise told dow jones business news, quote, the con shen sus is we want the sequester numbers to come in and finally dereduced spending in washington. south carolina congressman mike mull vain yea said we want to keep the sequester in place and take the cuts we can get. georgia congressman paul br oun, i want to see it go into place and rand paul in his tea party response to the state of the union said not only should the sequester stand, many pundits say the sequester really needs to be at least $4 trillion to avoid another downgrade on america's credit rating. there you have a lot of people on the record, michael, on the republican side saying they want the sequester. i'm curious why you contend this is not a partisan issue. >> because it isn't, chris. chris, it passed on a bipartisan vote. so unless you're telling me that those democrats including
snow tomorrow night and sunday morning. in advance the winter weather advisory widespread from the ohio valley to the appellations. -- from the ohio valley to the appalachian mountains. >> the january jobs report is out, with mixed news. employers added more than 157,000 jobs hiring stronger than last year. despite the news, the unemployment rate moved up 0.1%, 7.9%, the white house reacting favorably saying that it shows the economy continues to heal. wall street reacted well to the jobs report, the dow jones gaining 149 points closing above 14,000. that is the first time since october 2007. the dow jones is within striking distance of its all-time record, 14,000 164. >> scott brown says he will not run for the open senate seat in massachusetts. a special election will be held june 25 to to fill the seat vacated by john kerry resigned to become secretary of state. brown won a special election in 2010 after ted kennedy died. he was considered the strongest candidate to run in the traditionally democratic state. >> the former mayor of new york city ed koch is dead. and the permanent remi
threatening problem in america, he'll find it in wilmington, ohio, where unemployment has reached levels not seen in decades. it's a company town, and the company is leaving. >> you just have to start doing, and you do without things, and... your son drops out of college early. >> he dropped out of college. >> yeah, we had to-- we had to pull him. [ticking] >> of all the bakeries in america, this one takes the cake, not only for the way it runs its $5 million-a-year business, but for taking otherwise unproductive members of society off the streets and putting them to work baking up a storm for a clientele that includes some of new york's best restaurants. what also makes this bakery different is that the dough they work with produces some of the dough that supports a foundation for the needy. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm steve kroft. in this edition, scott pelley reports on hard times in a small midwestern town, and later, bob simon's story on a yonkers, new york, bakery that became a role model for social activism and small business success. we begin with the plight of wilmingt
higher education. it is one of the great assets for the state of ohio, and i never talk to a job creator where i don't stress the fact that our colleges and universities can pin point and prepare our kids for the 21st century jobs. they need an amazing amount of credit for what they have done, and we are now leading the country in stressing graduation over enrollment. it is going to strengthen the economy of the state of ohio. [applause] >> we got to integrate business with academics. who i mean, this is a big challenge, and it's a big challenge worldwide. some countries get better than others. germany does a pretty good job at this. america's floundered on this. you see, if we can bring our business community, our job creators into k-12 and a two-year and four-year schools and help to design the curriculum and help to give people a view of what it means to work in those different entities, we're going to turn kids on for education. and it's all this business of job training, and all of you in the general assembly, you get it. i appreciate and thank you for your attention. i understand t
from ohio. mr. brown: thank you, madam president. i ask unanimous consent to dispense with the quorum call. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. brown: throughout this month, students across my state, across ohio, are reciting speeches by sojourny truth, frederick douglass and martin luther king to commemorate black history month. dr. carter woods started what was originally called negro history month in february between abraham lincoln and frederick douglass' birthdays. dr. woodson initiated the week-long tribute to incorporate the legacies, the images and historical contributions of african-americans into the greater american story. today, people throughout the united states celebrate national african-american history month to ensure that all americans' stories are recognized. ohio has been the scene for which many of these chapters were written. in mount pleasant, ohio, the first antislavery newspaper in the united states, the philanthropist, was published in 1817. the ohio antislavery society was founded in zanesville, ohio, in 1835. my home state has played a rich role i
in the upper atmosphere that will bring some isolated snow shower is in ohio and western pennsylvania and upstate new york coming down south which is why we even have a threat for a little snow around baltimore. this shows that the storm is intensifying along the east coast and moving up east and stronger winds even in maryland. we have low pressure off the coast and high pressure building in from the southwest. in between that, we will have sea winds whipping around again. winds are already 10-50 miles per hour and these are the sustained winds. we are expecting these wins to increase today possibly gusting to 40 miles per hour. but temperatures are 28 at the airport and ocean city only 32 and downtown baltimore, 33 degrees. western maryland has temperatures in the teens. we have a couple of graphics to talk about how we have seen storm systems in the month of february. isolated snow showers are possible in the western mountains and as we get into baltimore, mainly an afternoon event not everyone will see them and if we do see any, they will bring it like accumulation. for today, 35
that thehy do want. = = they do want. thank you very much. [applause] >> now conversation with former ohio republican conve congressman. this is 35 minutes. host: we want to welcome back to c-span-2 president of the republican mainstream partnership. steve latourette. you have been out of congress for a month and a half. do you miss it? guest: i am able to go to dinner and he was aware and do not have to stand up and eat with a toothpick. i tond' tmijss it. host: as you look at your role as part of this means your partnership, how to fix -- you look back at the last five or six elections, your party has failed to get 300 or more electoral votes. guest: the country is a center- right country. and in in order to be a national party we have to represent the entire nation. if you look at the last number of congressional races, even though we have been in a majority in the house of representatives, there is not one republican member of congress in new england, uyoyou can't do the math to get to 70 and above, unless you represent the entire country. fix it by moderating the party. there is a ten
me ask you about what's been going on recently. 2004 ohio, some people think there was some vote chiseling out there that affected the vote >> okay. let me ask you what has been going on recently. 2004, ohio. some people think there was vote chiseling out there that affected the vote and caused great long lines in cleveland. same thing in florida. some people believe that rick scott, the governor we just suggested had a hand in making it tougher for minorities to vote. is it your thought the states have been abusing the authority of holding elections. >> absolutely. i was in ohio, akron, ohio, the friday before the elections. and i can tell you the secretary of state out there was doing all kinds of things to the dilute the impact of black voters. in precincts, they were folding, voting precincts, multiple voting precincts into one voting place, thereby creating pressure on the system that will cause long lines to form. and you know people will be discouraged. other people will have to give up, not being able to take care of their children. i talked to people in south carolina wh
, the governor of ohio showed up, the governor of wisconsin -- you treasure those. people come up with very creative excuses why they cannot be with you when they are losing. my nephew is graduating from driving school that day, i would love to be with you -- we have a family appointment at the taxidermist. we are getting our cat stuff. all kinds of creative excuses -- people do not want to be seen. the only american state is losing -- sin is losing. people avoid losers. there is harry truman, his great comeback upset victory of 1948. >> which president have you personally known the most, up close and personal? >> i do not know if i have known any of them really that well. i have met them. i have talked to them at different times. but i cannot say -- i admired many in a different ways. most of the people i was close to did not become president, i hope not because i was working with them at the time. i admired gerald ford, whom i did not know well but then some time with -- spent some time with. i always thought he was the most emotionally healthy of all the people i have known who were pre
little problem he had. the fox news called it, ohio had voted for obama this past november. >> do you believe that ohio has been settled? >> no, i don't. >> it may be that barack obama wins the state. but it seems to me that u you know, you've got a lot of votes yet to cast. >> well, in an attempt to convince rove he was gone, called fox news hoesz megan kelly took an on-camera walk to the fox decision desz k. >> we'll do a little interrogation and see if they standby their call. notwithstanding the doubt that karl rove is attempting to place. keep coming. here we go. this is the decision desk. now we're in the heart of the decision desk room. you tell me whether you standby your call at ohio given the doubts that karl rove just raised. >> we're actually quite comfortable with the call in ohio. >> my god, there you have karl rove who has ridiculously put himself to the hard right, a fox, saying fox makes the call as good people across the country at the time and he says i don't like that. what's the matter with you guys? >> other than everything that was on msnbc and nbc, that was my
delays with that. we're going to see that come in right through ohio and west virginia. that's why we have the warnings in the mountains and the winter weather advisories north and west of that with 6 to 10 inches of snow possible for garrett county and the ski areas where it's 12 in oakland this morning. 23 for manassas and gaithersburg. 28 at reagan national and 30 in fredricksburg. looking at highs going up to 40 down south and 30 up north. monika samtani, happy monday. >> happy monday. it is a happy monday. if you're planning to head outside, the ravens won and the volumes are light because i think a lot of people are going to take it easy this morning and sleep in for a little while. no problems on the beltway. all overnight construction cleared up. nothing to worry about on the west side of town here at the american legion bridge, gw parkway looks great. no problems coming in from the west on the toll road or 66. let's take a look live and show what you it looks like on the beltway on the north side of town. university boulevard. all lanes are open and it's clear from 95 right i
this change, florida, virginia, wisconsin, ohio, michigan and pennsylvania. but then as the story got more attention in the news, the republicans in those states started to back off. florida's house speaker said his party didn't need to change the rules, he said they, meaning republicans, just need to get better. and bob mcdonald said he was against the idea, so were a couple of key republicans in the senate. and this week, they voted it down in committee. in wisconsin, wisconsin's republican governor scott walker said he thought the idea was interesting. after that got a lot of attention back home, he said he had serious concerns about it. in ohio, where the republicans floated the idea days after the election, he and the republicans now say oh, nobody in ohio is talking about doing this thing. so that is florida, virginia, wisconsin and ohio deciding to not try to pull this off. but michigan? michigan is different. michigan, they just had their sneak attack right to work law that they came out in favor of. introduced, passed -- they came out in favor of it, introduced it, signed it into
across the country. we will year from the ohio governor in his state of the state speech. it is an hour long and includes remarks on jobs, taxes, and education. [applause] [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen -- >> thank you. thank you, mr. president. thank you, mr. speaker. thank you, members and colleagues from the general assembly, members of my cabinet, the great people of lima. we love the way you welcomed all of us here today. am i right, members of the general assembly? [applause] and, of course, my wife, karen kasich. sweetie, would you stand and say hi? [applause] i believe that jobs are our greatest moral purpose. and when i say it, i have a couple of thoughts in my head, a couple of videos that run through my mind. think of a dad who goes home one day. mom's at the dinner table. maybe she just got home from work. kids are gathered around. dad says to the family, "i've got some news for you. i lost my job today". maybe the kids don't all understand it. maybe one of them begins to cry. think about the mom. single mom, dad ran out on her, two or three kids, struggling every day, s
," -- there is the story of one of a number of republican governors -- he said ohio would reverse this decision if the government failed to cover all the cost of the expansion. here are some details for ohio -- last year the supreme court ruling that they have the ability to tap in and out of the system. medicaid covers 2.2 million people in ohio. it is the single largest program in the state with a two year budget. it accounts for roughly $18.7 billion, or 32% of the more than $55 billion budget. junkies to talk about medicare and medicaid as a way to deal with the issue that a number of governors are now focusing on. here is from last tuesday in lima, ohio. >> this state wanted mom and dad to have the resources to stay in their own homes if they were able and not be forced into a nursing home where they can stay in their own homes where they would be more independent, more healthy, more independent, at a much lower cost. for 25 years this effort was made to fix this. we did it, didn't we? now mom and dad can stay in their own home and they can be healthier. we won that battle. [applause] 4% o
the great lakes. ohio valley. northern plains and new england. north of chicago and milwaukee, up to the border, some heavier snow band. eventually the snow will head into ohio, toledo, cleveland. not a big blockbuster event. quick-moving storms. 1 to 3 inches with this. temperatures are plenty kld out there. tonight, it will push into philadelphia. behind it, there's some cold air, duluth at minus 29. these clipper lows continue. look at denver, 57. that's beautiful. showers in dallas, near 70. florida looks great, also. veronica? the weekend will get a lot warmer especially boston and new york. >> thank you, bill. >>> fidel castro's first appearance and bill clinton bears farewell to a friend. >>> and the super bowl turning points of the game. "first look" is back in three minutes. e my insurance rates are probably gonna double. but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? campbell's has 24 new soups that will make i
state. ohio state takes on michigan state as march madness gets closer. you're watching "early today." >>> now to some stories that caught our eye this morning. we begin in california with a major melee between college baseball teams. fists began flying after one player was tagged out and shoved by an opposing player. the bench-clearing brawl between sacramento state and u.c. riverside led to three player ejections. >>> in chicago, police arrested at least 20 people after rowdy teens stirred up chaos inside a shopping mall. >> jumping on top of cars. knocking out windshields, rearview mirrors, trying to get in stores. is opening traffic. throwing stuff at the police. anything you could think of they were doing it. >>> on to new york city for the sixth annual world sword swallowing day. each year they gather to celebrate the craft and cram metal down their throats. yes, all for a good cause. it raises money for esophogeal cancer research. >> in seattle, contestants meshed an old-school toy matched with new school moves at the yo-yo championships. performers were judged on technical ex
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